How To Be Involved

A PDF printable version is also available.

 

In addition to attending any scheduled events, meetings or hearings, you can be involved in several ways.

 
COMMUNICATIONS PREFERENCES

We are using a number of resources and social media sites to make it easier for you to stay connected and provide comments.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

We are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and NextDoor:

@LACDRP

Search for project posts by using the hashtag #AVCSDs!

 

PREFERENCES SURVEY

Please let us know how we can best communicate with you! We have an online Communication Preferences Survey that takes a few minutes to complete.

If you have suggestions for physical places within your community that we can use to help spread the word, please email us at AVCSDs@planning.lacounty.gov.

 

EMAIL LIST

If you would like to be added to our email list, please email us at AVCSDs@planning.lacounty.gov, or fill out our form below!

  • What community are you from, or would like to be most informed about?
  • If you replied YES above, please provide your mailing address for periodic project updates by mail.

 

COMMENTS AND FEEDBACK

There are several documents throughout the process that will be shared for your comments and feedback. These include:

  • Concept Draft
  • Open House Draft
  • Public Hearing Draft

Currently the Concept Draft is available for certain communities, and more will added to the website once available. A Concept Draft is intended to highlight and summarize a community’s intent for a new Community Standards District (CSD) or an updated CSD. This document is being shared with the public to collect feedback and identify future discussion points, alternatives or areas of concern. The CSD ordinance will be drafted based on the Concept Draft and the comments received.

A list of all AV CSDs documents, including the Concept Draft, can be found on the Documents and Reports page.

 

MAP.SOCIAL

Map.Social is an online mapping tool to help us better understand your community. Through an online map, you will be able to share things like important places in your community, or examples of what you would like to see (or not see). This could also include marking important trails or significant ridgelines, or where you think the CSD should apply.

The project’s Map.Social page includes some general information on how to get started, and more detailed instructions will be available on this webpage soon.

 

TOPIC PROPOSALS

If you have any topics you would like to propose, please complete the Topic Proposal Worksheet